498, 499, 500! Not So Fast, Says the Sixth Circuit on WARN Act CaseThis week, the Sixth Circuit weighed in on what it identified as an “unusual” case involving the seldom-seen Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act. The WARN Act requires employers to provide at least 60 days written notice to affected employees before a mass layoff. The statute defines a mass layoff to include an “employment

Same-sex marriage is now legal throughout the United States. Now what? Immediate changes are being made on a federal level including federal IRS tax withholdings and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) to be sure that same-sex marriages are treated the same as heterosexual marriages.

The biggest change that employers need to be